Christine Buchegger

Christine Buchegger (19 November 1942 – 3 March 2014) was an Austrian theater and television actress, born in Vienna, Austria.

Christine Buchegger
Christine Buchegger around 1980 in Salzburg, Austria.
Born
Christine Buchegger

(1942-11-19)November 19, 1942
Vienna, Austria
DiedMarch 3, 2014(2014-03-03) (aged 71)
Munich, Germany
Burial placeNordfriedhof, Munich
NationalityAustrian
Alma materMax Reinhardt Seminar, Vienna
OccupationActress
Years active1960–2014
Spouse(s)Christian Kohlund

Biography

Christine Buchegger was born in Vienna to Maria Buchegger originating from Pettenbach in Upper Austria. After finishing school she attended the Max Reinhardt Seminar, the School of Drama at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria, for two years. Bucheggers first engagement was at the Vereinigten Bühnen Graz in Styria, afterwards she worked at the Linz State Theatre (Landestheater Linz) and the Wiener Volkstheater.

In 1972 she moved to Munich to play at the Bavarian State Theatre (Bayerische Staatsschauspiel) where she continued working until the 1990s. Important roles there included Fontanelle in Edward Bonds Lear (1973), Eliante in Der Menschenfeind (1975), Irina in Drei Schwestern (1978, directed by Ingmar Bergman), Kassandra in Agamemnon (1978), the lead role in Ibsens Hedda Gabler (1979) and the 'Buhlschaft' in Jedermann at the Salzburg Festival 1979 with Maximilian Schell in the lead role.

From 1980 she took a break from acting and returned 1984 to the stage performing Johanne Luise Heiberg in Per Olov Enquists Aus dem Leben der Regenwürmer and the Mutter in Frühlings Erwachen (1992).

Buchegger died on 3 March 2014 in Munich unexpectedly during minor surgery.[1] She was 71 years old[2] and is buried at the Nordfriedhof in Munich[3][4] in an urn grave.[5]

Filmography

  • 1960: Glocken läuten überall
  • 1961: Das Land des Lächelns
  • 1964: Die Schneekönigin
  • 1966: Das Märchen
  • 1970: Rebell in der Soutane
  • 1971: Der Fall Eleni Voulgari
  • 1972: Sultan zu verkaufen
  • 1972: Das Hohelied
  • 1972: The Salzburg Connection
  • 1973: The Pedestrian
  • 1973: Inferno
  • 1975: Die Verschwörung des Fiesco zu Genua
  • 1975: Derrick - Season 2, Episode 2: "Tod am Bahngleis"
  • 1975: Lady Dracula (released: 1978)
  • 1976: Graf Yoster: "Der Ton macht die Musik"
  • 1976: Graf Yoster: "Undank ist der Welt Lohn"
  • 1976: The Elixirs of the Devil
  • 1976: Unordnung und frühes Leid
  • 1977: Abelard – Die Entmannung
  • 1977: Travesties
  • 1978: Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre
  • 1978: Derrick - Season 5, Episode 1: "Der Fotograf"
  • 1979: Derrick - Season 6, Episode 3: "Schubachs Rückkehr"
  • 1980: From the Life of the Marionettes
  • 1985: Wind von Südost
  • 1986: Derrick: "Ein eiskalter Hund"
  • 1989: Derrick - Season 16, Episode 7: "Schrei in der Nacht"
  • 1991: Derrick: "Penthaus"
  • 1992: Mord im Wald
  • 1993: Dann eben mit Gewalt
  • 1993: Der rote Vogel
  • 1994: Endloser Abschied
  • 1994: Der Salzbaron (TV series)
  • 1994: Derrick: "Nachts, als sie nach Hause lief"
  • 1996: Liebe, Leben, Tod
  • 1999: Frische Ware
  • 1999: Die Rache der Carola Waas
  • 1999: Der Schandfleck
  • 2000: Nicht mit uns
  • 2002: Rosamunde Pilcher: Mit den Augen der Liebe

References

  1. "Trauer um Ex-Buhlschaft Christine Buchegger" (in German). Heute. 4 March 2014. Retrieved 26 May 2017.
  2. Schauspielerin Christine Buchegger mit 71 Jahren gestorben (in German); accessed 10 April 2014
  3. Christine Buchegger (in German) Süddeutsche Zeitung
  4. Derrik Darsteller: Christine Buchegger
  5. "Bestattungen Landeshauptstadt München" (PDF) (in German). Süddeutsche Zeitung. Retrieved 15 November 2014.
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